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Patients & Visitors


For more than 70 years, Mercy Medical Center Redding has provided compassionate, quality health care to our community. While our technology and medical expertise remain on the forefront of innovation, our role as a caring, dedicated member of this community remains the same. We are always here when you need us most.
 
Our hospital offers 267 beds inside a not-for-profit health care facility delivering compassionate, quality care to all who enter our doors. Inside, you’ll find an expert staff and state-of-the-art equipment to continually meet the needs of our growing community. 

Quality Care
When selecting a hospital, we know how important it is to have skilled physicians and a quality facility that can provide the services you need when you need them. From cancer and cardiac care to orthopedics and our stroke center, Mercy Medical Center Redding is here to serve you and your entire family.

Spiritual Care
We care for the whole person – body, mind and spirit – because we believe in humankindness. It’s the core of Dignity Health. Our services are available for you and your loved ones throughout your medical treatment.

Support Groups
We offers a number of support groups to help you and your loved ones including bereavement, cancer, and child grief. 

Be Well Community Magazine
The Dignity Health North State Be Well Magazine offers articles, tips and recipes that can keep you and your family healthy, and information regarding our programs and events. 

For Patients

Our ultimate goal at Mercy Medical Center Redding is to provide you with the best possible care during your hospital stay, helping to ensure your comfort and safety. Meeting and exceeding your expectations for quality care and service is very important to us.

For Visitors

You want to be able to visit your loved ones when it's convenient for you. The hospital is open to visitors between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., seven days a week. For privacy reasons, the Intensive Care Unit does close during change of shift changes.